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5 Possible Destinations for Kris Humphries This Offseason

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Kris Humphries is one unrestricted free agent coming off of the Boston Celtics' books this offseason. In 2013-14, the veteran power forward averaged 8.4 points and 5.9 rebounds. As a starter, he averaged 10.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game. Humphries proved to be a consistent, reliable player for the Celtics last season. He accepts his role and does his job. Here are five teams who could be targeting Humphries this offseason.

5. Boston Celtics

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5. Boston Celtics

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If the Celtics want to put together a winning team this offseason, adding Humphries as a key role player would be wise. He plays well with Rondo, rebounds the ball and would bring leadership to the bench. At the right price, re-signing Humphries is a good move.

4. Charlotte Hornets

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4. Charlotte Hornets

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The Charlotte Hornets, formerly the Bobcats, were in the mix to acquire Humphries in the beginning of the season. Adding a bruiser next to Al Jefferson makes the Hornets more complete as a team. Humphries would add veteran stability to Charlotte.

3. Detroit Pistons

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3. Detroit Pistons

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The Pistons are unlikely to re-sign Greg Monroe and their front court is extremely thin as it is. Humphries would fill out the power forward depth nicely and be a solid, complementary player behind the athletic Josh Smith.

2. Chicago Bulls

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2. Chicago Bulls

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Chicago is most likely going to amnesty Carlos Boozer which leaves a big hole in the front court. Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson need more depth behind them and Humphries would be a perfect piece to add.

1. San Antonio Spurts

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1. San Antonio Spurts

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Behind Tim Duncan, the Spurs are extremely weak at the power forward position. They need a guy like Humphries to assist in the rebounding department, as well as defend the post. San Antonio is a terrific fit for Kris Humphries.